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Babson College
Reynolds Campus Center
Wellesley, MA

The new campus center is home to student retail ventures, the campus store, sidewalk delis and cafes, student mailroom, international reading room, meeting rooms and student activities offices. A bustling daylight interior street was created parallel to the major campus path bringing the life of the campus into the building. The Campus Center also contains an award-winning 450-seat Theater with wraparound balconies and side loge box seating. (39,000 s.f.)

2001 Merit Award in Architecture, New England Chapter, American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Photography: © Steve Rosenthal
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Tufts University
Sophia Gordon Hall
Medford / Somerville, MA

Working within the University Master Plan developed by this firm, this 126-bed residence hall creates a strong pedestrian path connecting the uphill and downhill campus. The four-story building includes four-bedroom and six-bedroom apartments as well as a small student theatre/performance space. Through integrating a range of solar technologies in the design, the project highlights the university's commitment to sustainable issues. USGBC LEED Gold Certified. (62,000 s.f.; 126 beds)
2008 Honor Award for Housing Design, Boston Society of Architects; 2007 Honor Award, Boston Society of Architects; 2007 Merit Award, New England Chapter, AIA; 2007 Higher Education Facilities Design Award, Boston Society of Architects; 2007 Citation for Sustainable Design, Boston Society of Architects
Photography: © Robert Benson
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Trinity College
Summit Residence Hall and Court
Hartford, CT

The New Summit Residence Halls provide beds for 173 students, combining three resident "houses" around a cohesive quadrangle. The first set of buildings constructed under a new Master Plan, the Complex follows a strategy of filling in missing teeth at the campus edges and strengthening the existing campus pattern of quadrangles (87,000 s.f.; 173 beds).

2001 Honor Award for Design, Boston Society of Architects; 2001 Design Award, Connecticut Chapter, AIA
Photography: © Steve Rosenthal
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Northeastern University
Residence Hall, Classroom Building and Cultural Center
Boston, MA

This mixed-use building includes three major uses: a Residence Hall with 230 beds, a Classroom Building with 7 general-use classrooms and a 270-seat auditorium, and the John D. O'Bryant Center for African-American Studies. It is the sixth and final building that our office has designed for Northeastern University's new West Campus. (141,000 s.f.; 230 beds)
2011 National AIA Housing Award; 2009 Higher Education Facilities Honor Award, Boston Society of Architects; 2008 Award for Housing Design, Boston Society of Architects
Photography: © Alan Karchmer
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Northeastern University
West Campus Residence Halls
Boston, MA

Three New Residence Halls provide Northeastern University with 1050 new undergraduate beds. The buildings organize the Campus' new West Village around a major open green space and strengthen the University's presence along one of Boston's major avenues, directly across from the venerable Museum of Fine Arts. (400,000 s.f.; 1050 beds)

2004 Honor Award in Architecture, American Institute of Architects; 2002 Honor Award for Housing, Boston Society of Architects; 2002 Charter Award, Congress for the New Urbanism 2001 Award for Design, Boston Society of Architects
Photography: © Alan Karchmer; Peter Lewitt
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MIT
Ashdown Graduate Residence Halls
Cambridge, MA

The first LEED-Gold Certified building at MIT, this new state-of-the-art graduate residence hall creates an entirely new graduate precinct and model for graduate housing. Five interconnected buildings, a housemaster’s apartment, significant “common” space, and apartments for 550 students are gathered around 2 courtyards, connecting the project visually and physically to the surrounding Cambridge neighborhood. Completed in September 2008; LEED-Gold Certified. (250,000 s.f.; 550 beds)
Photography: © Robert Benson
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Grinnell College
Residence Halls
Grinnell, IA

As part of a Master Plan developed by this firm, four new residence halls at Grinnell College complete the northeastern edge of campus. The Iowa limestone buildings are connected with an open loggia that reflects the College's tradition of similar connective elements and feature expansive glass common areas for study and socializing. USGBC LEED Certified. (107,000 s.f.; 257 beds)
Photography: © Robert Benson
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Brandeis University
Ridgewood Residence Halls
Waltham, MA

These three new residence halls at Brandeis University provide housing for 185 upperclassmen in apartment style configuration. Located adjacent to the admissions office, the halls serve as a gateway to the campus, forming a new upperclass quadrangle and redirecting pedestrian movement to connect the South Campus with the broader campus. (85,000 g.s.f.)
Photography: © William Rawn Associates
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Amherst College
Wieland and King Residence Halls
Amherst, MA

Two stone-clad residence halls provide housing for 105 students and are the first buildings for the East Campus Master Plan also developed by our firm. Sited along a gently sloping lawn, the buildings frame the view from this new campus sector towards the Holyoke Range beyond, acting as a transition between the more formal areas of campus and the athletic fields below. (59,000 s.f.; 105 beds)
2011 Education Facilities Design Award, BSA; 2005 Award for Design, Boston Society of Architects; 2005 Award for Design Excellence, AIA New England
Photography: © Robert Benson
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Seaside Community Performing Arts Center
Seaside, FL

A large outdoor performance venue for the renowned Town of Seaside will serve both touring and locally based performance companies on “The Lyceum’s” central lawn. “The Performance Porch” provides a first-rate stage for music, theater, lyric opera and film, and includes the construction of adjacent two-story arcades. Future plans include a 300-seat concert hall, a large donor garden, and a variety of structures to house local arts organizations. When constructed, the project will complete the central lawn of the town’s arts and educational precinct. The Associated Architect is DAG Architects, Inc.
Photography: © William Rawn Associates
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